What happened to Paypr?

What happened to Paypr?

Since Paymark launched Paypr, New Zealand’s first real-time expense management solution, our passion for providing real-time data solutions for kiwi businesses hasn’t waivered and we’ve been working hard to pave the best way forward from here.

Unfortunately as a result, we’re sad to say that we’ve decided to decommission Paypr on 1 April 2018 so that we can focus on Paymark Insights, our real-time business performance dashboard for Paymark-connected businesses.

It’s been an amazing journey and we’ve learned a lot about how we can best help kiwi business succeed with real-time data solutions. This decision was a tough one for us, however strategically we need to focus on delivering more features and benefits for Paymark Insights. 

I forgot my password

I forgot my password

Not a problem – you can reset your password here by following the instructions. 

What will happen to my digital receipts on my app?

What will happen to my digital receipts on my app?

If you would like to retain your Paypr receipts, we recommend that you submit these to Xero before 1 April 2018 so that they are stored within Xero, rather than the Paypr app. 

What changes do I need to make to my Xero account?

What changes do I need to make to my Xero account?

None. Once you have submitted all outstanding Paypr receipts to Xero, there is no further action required. 

Can I still use my Paypr app after the decommission date?

Can I still use my Paypr app after the decommission date?

No. The Paypr app will be decommissioned and we recommend that you delete the app off all devices. 

What charges will I incur?

What charges will I incur?

You’ll notice that we’ve not charged for Paypr for some time now, and you won’t incur any further charges from us.

I am an admin user. Have you notified all my users?

I am an admin user. Have you notified all my users?

Yes. We have sent the same notification email to all Paypr users.